Introduction to Python for Social Scientists
Q-Step Data Analytics Workshops
Python is increasingly used by social scientists to collect, process and analyse new types of unstructured or semi-structured data, such as online text and social media data. It is an accessible, yet versatile programming language which is also broadly used for data science and machine learning tasks, combining multiple types of data, simulation and visualization. This workshop provides an introduction to basic programming notions in Python, and introduces some of the most useful packages used in social science research. No previous programming experience is required.
|The University of Exeter Q-Step Centre workshop|
|Date||3 October 2018|
|Time||13:00 to 15:00|
|Place||Clayden Computational Social Science Lab EX4 4PE|
|Provider||The University of Exeter Q-Step Centre|
Attendance at this event is free of charge but booking is essential as space is limited to 30 places. This event is now full, however we will be running an additional workshop on Wednesday 10th October. Register through My Career Zone.
Clayden Computational Social Science Lab EX4 4PE